Shiny Pearl in Eastern Bali
Finds mystical and Magnificent Bali trip in one day journey like pearl that's shining your day up at eastern Bali
Meeting Service with Crew
Heading to Kertha Gosa ancient Hall of Justice
Visit Mystical Goa Lawah “Bat Cave” temple
Stopping By in Candidasa Beach
Exploring Tirta Gangga water palace
Admiring Lempuyang temple take a picture at Gate of Heaven
Return to your Accommodation
Start From $ 45 per Pax
Special Price for Group
- Comfortable air conditioned Transportation
- Experienced licensed Tour Guide
- Government Tax
- Mineral water during trip
- Personal expense
- A excursion to the most renowned and photogenic sights in eastern Bali.
- At Kertha Gosa, admire the exquisite architecture and intricate murals, and learn how to paint a narrative on the wall of the Hall of Justice.
- Thousands of bat bodies are crammed inside the cave of Goa Lawah.
- Along the route, there's an opportunity to get a nice lunch.
- Admire Tirta Gangga's former royal water palace.
- Capture once-in-a-lifetime photos in front of the Gates of Heaven at Lempuyang Temple.
Description and itinerary
The East Bali Tour is one of the most well-known and well-received day trips in Bali. Which will take you to the most renowned and scenic sights in eastern Bali.
There are sections of peaceful beaches along the East Bali coastline with a dramatic combination of gorgeous white to fine-grain black volcanic sand.
Explore Kertha Gosa's Hall of Justice and understand how this open-air center was used as a court of law in the 19th century while immersed in nature and Balinese culture.
At Goa Lawah, see a beautiful Hindu temple and thousands of bat carcasses piled densely along the cave's upper surface.
Admire Tirta Gangga's former royal water palace, which features 1.2 hectares of pools, ponds, and fountains surrounded by tropical gardens.
And don't forget to capture the Gate of Heaven at Pura Lempuyang with the clouds and Mount Agung in the background.
Taxes, and a comfortable air-conditioned car transport with an expert English speaking Balinese driver/guide are included in this tour package.
You will be picked up from your accommodation and taken to Kertha Gosa, a historical site in Semarapura that is part of the Puri Semarapura royal palace complex.
The complex has two main structures: a large hall, the namesake Bale Kertha Gosa, with Kamasan or wayang-style paintings on the ceilings, and the Bale Kambang 'floating' hall or pavillion, which is ringed by a moat.
Within a fenced compound, there are wide and open halls. The gates, walls, and main structures all feature unique and traditional Balinese architecture.
Pura Goa Lawah, located nearby, is one of Bali's most unique and beautiful temples.
Its name translates to 'Bat Cave Temple,' and it contains a structure built around a cave hole inhabited by hordes of bats.
Mpu Kuturan, one of the early priests who laid the roots of Hinduism on the island, founded this temple in the 11th century.
At Pura Goa Lawah's main gate, two enormous banyan trees stand tall. Three bale pavilions can be found in each of the temple's three corners as you enter the central courtyard.
Fruit gifts are generally placed on these bales, and gamelan bands perform during significant rituals.
Continue to Candidasa, Bali's most popular beach resort on the island's east coast.
It's where you can relax by the sea and get away from the people and busy traffic of the island's south.
We will next transport you to Tirta Gangga Water Palace, also known as Taman Tirta Gangga, which is a former water palace of the Karangasem dynasty and one of east Bali's most famous landmarks.
1.2 hectares of pools, ponds, and fountains surrounded by tropical gardens are located about 6 kilometers north of Amlapura.
Three floors of attractive gardens with swimming pools, fountains, stone carvings, stepping stones, fish ponds, and airy pavilions back luscious rice paddies.
Enjoy your lunch at a local eatery near the water palace while you're here.
Travel to the Gate of Heaven at Lempuyang Temple in the end of the day, passing through vast expanses of lovely and clean rice terraces, winding roads, and breathtaking mountains.
This temple is located in the highlands of Mount Lempuyang, at a chilly 1,775 meters above sea level. It is easy to reach and only takes around 20 minutes to walk from the parking lot.
Before being comfortably transported to your accommodation, take a wonderful picture between Gates facing gorgeous Mount Agung, just like a Gate of Heaven.
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